Urological outcome in female patients with spinal cord injury: the effectiveness of intermittent catheterisation

@article{Timoney1990UrologicalOI,
  title={Urological outcome in female patients with spinal cord injury: the effectiveness of intermittent catheterisation},
  author={A. G. Timoney and P. J. R. Shaw},
  journal={Paraplegia},
  year={1990},
  volume={28},
  pages={556-563}
}
A review of 52 female patients with spinal cord injury is presented. Twenty five of 38 patients seen within 3 months of their injury were discharged on a clean intermittent catheterisation regime. Of the 14 patients seen at an interval of 3 months or greater after the injury, only 3 practised clean intermittent catheterisation but 8 had a long term indwelling urethral catheter as the method of management.At 49 months median follow-up, only 14 (50%) continue on the programme of intermittent… CONTINUE READING
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